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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby cyberwuss » Tue Aug 07, 2012 4:49 pm

Not really a movie, but a tv series we are all familiar with- TF Prime, Optimus giving Cliffjumper's eology.
Also, The Terminator - conversation between Sarah Connor and the spanish speaking kid and gas station guy at the end - "He says a storm is coming" - translation of what the kid said by gas station guy, Sarah Connor - "I know..."
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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby ironrod prime » Tue Aug 07, 2012 10:52 pm

ooo tv shows ok lets see

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so this is what you guys do sit around and watch porno with angels-samual-supernatural
its fun to run its fun to play its fun to make things out of clay its fun to fill your car with gas its fun to break things made of glass-robby-victorious
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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby Sabrblade » Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:27 pm

I got quotes. Like Wing Saber who quoted the Dark Knight Trilogy, my batch of quotes comes from one of the most quotable films of all time, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Almost every line spoken in the movie, particular those spoken by Khan (phenomenally played by the late, great Ricardo Montalbán) is so richly worded and performed that each one could be considered an iconic classic.


Kirk: "A no-win situation is a possibility every commander may face. Has that never occurred to you?"


Kirk: "How we deal with death is at least as important as how we deal with life, wouldn't you say?"


Kirk: "Galloping about the Cosmos is a game for the young, Doctor."


Bones: "Jim, I'm your doctor and I'm your friend. Get back your command. Get it back before you turn into part of this collection. Before you really do grow old."


David: "Every time we have dealings with Starfleet, I get nervous. We are dealing with something that COULD be perverted into a dreadful weapon. Remember that overgrown Boy Scout you used to hang around with? That's exactly the kind of man that would--"
Carol: "Listen, kiddo. Jim Kirk was many things, but he was never a Boy Scout."

Chekov: "Khan."
Khan: "I don't know you. But you-- I never forget a face. Mr... Chekov, isn't it?... I never thought to see your face again."
Terrell: "Chekov, who is this man?"
Chekov: "A criminal, Captain. A product of late 20th Century genetic engineering."
Terrell: "What do you want with us? Sir, I demand to be--!"
Khan: "You are in a position to demand nothing, sir. I, on the other hand, am in a position to grant nothing. What you see is all that remains of the ship's company and crew of the Botany Bay, marooned here fifteen years ago by Captain James T. Kirk."
Terrell: "Listen to me. You men and women, you haven't--"
Khan: "Captain, Captain... Save your strength, Captain. These people have sworn to live and die at my command 200 years before you were born. Do you mean he never told you the tale? To amuse your captain? No? Never told you how the Enterprise picked up the Botany Bay lost in space from the year 1996, myself and the ship's company in cryogenic freeze?"
Terrell: "I've never even met Admiral Kirk."
Khan: "Admiral?... Admiral!... Admiral. Never told you how Admiral Kirk sent 70 of us into exile on this barren sand heap with only the contents of these cargo bays to sustain us?"
Chekov: "You lie! On Ceti Alpha V there was life. A fair chance--"
Khan: "THIS IS CETI ALPHA V!!!... Ceti Alpha VI exploded six months after we were left here. The shock shifted the orbit of this planet and everything was laid waste. Admiral Kirk... never bothered to check on our progress... It was only the fact of my genetically engineered intellect that allowed us to survive... On Earth, 200 years ago, I was a prince... with power over millions."
Chekov: "Captain Kirk was your host! You repaid his hospitality by trying to steal his ship and murder him."
Khan: "...you didn't expect to find me. You thought this was Ceti Alpha VI... Ah. Why are you here?"
*Khan lifts Chekov*
Khan: "Why?"
*Khan puts Chekov down*
Khan: "Allow me introduce you to Ceti Alpha Five's only remaining indigenous life-form... What do you think? It killed twenty of my people... including my beloved wife... Oh, not all at once, and not instantly, to be sure... You see, their young enter through the ears, and wrap themselves around the cerebral cortex. This has the effect of rendering the victim extremely susceptible to, uh, suggestion. Later, as they... grow, follows madness... and death."
Chekov: "Khan! Listen to me."
Khan: "These are... pets, of course. Not quite... domesticated."
Chekov: "Khan... Captain Kirk was only doing his duty."
Terrell: "No! Aah! Aah!!"
Chekov: "Aaaahh!"
*Khan implants the creatures into Terrell and Chekov*
Khan: "That's better. Now tell me, why you are here? And tell me where I may find... James Kirk."


Preston: "I believe you'll find everything shipshape, Admiral."
Kirk: "Oh do you? Have you any idea, Midshipman Preston, how many times I've had to listen to Mr. Scott on the Comm, telling me his troubles? Do you have any idea the ribbing I've had to endure in the officers' mess to the effect that the Enterprise is a flying death trap?"
Preston: "Oh, no, sir! This is the finest engine room in the whole Starfleet. If the Admiral can't see the facts for himself, then, with all due respect, he's as blind as a Tiberion bat. Sir!"


Bones: "Who's been holding up the d*** elevator?" :lol:

Bones: "She change her hairstyle?"
Kirk: "I hadn't noticed."
Bones: "Wonderful stuff, that Romulan ale." :P


Spock: "Jim... you proceed from a false assumption. I am a Vulcan. I have no ego to bruise."
Kirk: "You're about to remind me that logic alone dictates your actions?"
Spock: "I would not remind you of that which you know so well. If I may be so bold, it was a mistake for you to accept promotion. Commanding a Starship is your first, best destiny. Anything else is a waste of material."
Kirk: "I would not presume to debate you."
Spock: "That is wise. In any case, were I to invoke logic, logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."
Kirk: "Or the one."
Spock: "You are my superior officer. You are also my friend. I have been and always shall be yours."


Kirk: "I know that none of you were expecting this. I'm sorry. I'm going to have to ask you to grow up a little bit sooner than you expected."


Joachim: "Sir, may I speak? We're all with you, sir. But consider this. We are free. We have a ship and the means to go anywhere we will. We have escaped permanent exile on Ceti Alpha V. You have proved your superior intellect and defeated the plans of Admiral Kirk. You do not need to defeat him again."
Khan: "He tasks me. He tasks me, and I shall have him. I'll chase him 'round the moons of Nibia and 'round the Antares malestrom and round perdition's flames before I give him up!"


Spock: "It literally is Genesis."
Kirk: "The power of creation."
Spock: "Have they proceeded with their experiments?"
Kirk: "Well, the tape was made a year ago, so I can only assume they've reached Stage Two by now."
Bones: "But dear Lord, do you think we'reintelligent enough to-- Suppose-- What if this thing were used where life already exists?"
Spock: "It would destroy such life in favor of it's new matrix."
Bones: "It's new matrix. Do you have any idea what you're saying?"
Spock: "I was not attempting to evaluate its moral implications, Doctor. As a matter of cosmic history, it has always been easier to destroy than to create."
Bones: "Not anymore. Now we can do both at the same time. According to myth, the Earth was created in six days. Now watch out! Here comes Genesis; we'll do it for you in six minutes."
Spock: "I don't dispute that in the wrong hands--"
Bones: "In the wrong hands? Would you like to tell me whose are the right hands, my logical friend? Are you in favor of these experiments?"
Kirk: "Gentlemen, Gentlemen, this isn't--"
Spock: "Really, Doctor McCoy. You must learn to govern your passions. They will be your undoing. Logic suggests--"
Bones: "Logic? My God, the man's talking about logic. We're talking about universal Armageddon. You green-blooded, inhuman--"


Joachim: "They're requesting communication, sir."
Khan: "Let them eat static."
Joachim: "They're still running with shields down."
Khan: "Of course. We are one big happy fleet. Ah, Kirk, my old friend. Do you know the Klingon proverb that tells us revenge is a dish that is best served cold? It is very cold... in space."

Kirk: "Khan."
Khan: "You still remember, Admiral. I cannot help but be touched. I of course, remember you."
Kirk: "What is the meaning of this attack? Where's the crew of the Reliant?"
Khan: "Surely I have made my meaning plain. I mean to avenge myself upon you, Admiral. I've deprived your ship of power and when I swing around I mean to deprive you of your life-- But I wanted you to know first who it was who had beaten you."
Kirk: "Khan... If it's me you want, I'll have myself beamed aboard. Spare my crew."
Khan: "I make you a counter-proposal. I'll agree to your terms, if... if... in addition to yourself, you hand over to me all data and material regarding the project called... Genesis."
Kirk: "Genesis? What's that?"
Khan: "Don't insult my intelligence, Kirk."
Kirk: "Give me some time to recall the data on our computers."
Khan: "I give you sixty seconds, Admiral."


Khan: "Admiral?"
Kirk: "We're finding it."
Khan: "Admiral?"
Kirk: "Please. Please, you've got to give us time. The bridge is smashed. The computer's inoperative."
Khan: "Time is a luxury you don't have, Admiral."


Kirk: "Khan, how do we know you'll keep your word?"
Khan: "Oh, I've given you no word to keep, Admiral. In my judgement, you simply have no alternative."
Kirk: "...I see your point."


Bones: "Go? Where are we going?"
Kirk: "Where they went."
Bones: "Suppose they went nowhere?"
Kirk: "Then this will be your big chance to get away from it all."


Kirk: "Khan, you bloodsucker! You're gonna have to do your own dirty work now. Do you hear me? DO YOU?!"
Khan: "...Kirk... Kirk, you're still alive, my old friend."
Kirk: "Still, 'old friend'! You've managed to kill just about everyone else. But like a poor marksman, you keep missing the target."
Khan: "Perhaps I no longer need to try, Admiral."
*Khan beams up Genesis, stealing it*
Kirk: "Khan... Khan, you've got Genesis. But you don't have me. You were going to kill me, Khan. You're going to have to come down here. You're going to have to come down here!"
Khan: "I've done far worse than kill you... I've hurt you... and I wish to go on hurting you. I shall leave you as you left me--as you left her--marooned for all eternity in the center of a dead planet. Buried alive... Buried alive..."
Kirk:



Kirk: "There's a man out there I haven't seen in fifteen years who's trying to kill me. You show me your son who would be happy to help him. My son...My life that could have been... and wasn't. What am I feeling?... Old... Worn out."
Carol: "...Let me show you something... that will make you feel young as when the world was new."


Kirk: "I don't believe in the no-win scenario."


Kirk: "I don't like to lose."


Khan: "There she is! There she is. Ah... Not so wounded as we were led to believe. So much the better."


Joachim: "If they go in there, we'll lost them."
Khan: "Explain it to them!"


Kirk: "This is Admiral Kirk. We tried it once your way, Khan. Are you game for a rematch? Khan... I'm laughing at the superior intellect."


Khan: "Joachim."
Joachim: "Yours... is s-superior--"
Khan: "I shall avenge you."


Spock: "He's intelligent, but not experienced. His pattern indicates two-dimensional thinking."


Khan: "No, Kirk... The game's not over."


Khan: "To the last, I grapple with thee."


Bones: "Are you out of your Vulcan mind? No human can tolerate the radiation that's in there!"
Spock: "As you are so fond of observing, Doctor, I am not human."
Bones: "You're not going in there."
Spock: "...Perhaps you're right. What is Mr. Scott's condition?"
Bones: "...Well, I' don't think that he--"
Spock: " I'm sorry, Doctor, I have no time to discuss this logically. Remember..."


Khan: "No... No, you can't get away. From Hell's heart, I stab at thee! For hate's sake... I spit my last breath... at thee..."


Spock: "Ship... out of danger?"
Kirk: "Yes."
Spock: "Don't grieve, Admiral. It is logical. The needs of the many outweigh..."
Kirk: "...The needs of the few."
Spock: "Or the one... I never took the Kobayashi Maru test... until now. What do you think of my solution?"
Kirk: "Spock..."
Spock: "I have been, and always shall be, your friend... Live long... and prosper."
Kirk: "...No." :(


Kirk: "We are assembled here today to pay our final respects to our honored dead. And yet it should be noted that in the midst of our sorrow, this death takes place in the shadow of new life, the sunrise of a new world, a world that our beloved comrade gave his life to protect and nourish. He did not feel that sacrifice a vain or empty one, and we will not debate his profound wisdom in these proceedings. Of my friend, I can only say this... Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most... human."


David: "Lieutenant Saavik was right You never have faced a death."
Kirk: "No, not like this. I haven't faced death. I've cheated death. I've tricked my way out of death, and patted myself on the back for my ingenuity. I know nothing."
David: "You knew enough to tell Saavik that how we face death is at least as important as how we face life."
Kirk: "Just words."
David: "But good words. That's where ideas begin. Maybe you should listen to them. I was wrong about you... and i'm sorry."
Kirk: "Is that what you came here to say?"
David: "Mainly.
Kirk: "..."
David: "And also that I'm... proud. Very proud... to be your son."


Kirk: "Captain's Log: Stardate 8141.6. Starship Enterprise departing for Ceti Alpha V to pick up the crew of USS Reliant. All is well. And yet I can't help wondering about the friend I leave behind. 'There are always possibilities,' Spock said. And if Genesis is indeed life from death, I must return to this place again."

Bones: "He's really not dead... as long as we remember him."
Kirk: "'It's a far, far better thing I do than I have ever done before.' A far better resting place I go to than I have ever known."
Carol: "Is that a poem?"
Kirk: "No. something Spock was trying to tell me on my birthday."
Bones: "You okay, Jim? How do you feel?"
Kirk: "Young... I feel young."


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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby Agent X » Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:05 pm

did you just transcribe The Wrath of Khan?

"Puny god"

"This town needs an enema!"
"Wait til they get a load of me."

"I'm not going to die, I'm going to see if I was ever alive"

"If history is to change, let it change. If the world is to be destroyed, so be it. If my fate is to die, I must simply laugh."

"It is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are."

"I know nothing, nothing"

"Now that we know who you are, I know who I am."

“Real life doesn’t fit into little boxes that were drawn for it"

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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:58 pm

Agent X wrote:did you just transcribe The Wrath of Khan?
Nah, just the good parts. Well, most of them. :P

Oh, and here's good one from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Kirk: "My God, Bones... What have I done?"
Bones: "What you had to do. What you always do. Turn death into a fighting chance to live."
"When there's gold feathers, punch behind you!!"

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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby cyberwuss » Sat Aug 25, 2012 10:13 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
Agent X wrote:did you just transcribe The Wrath of Khan?
Nah, just the good parts. Well, most of them. :P

Oh, and here's good one from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Kirk: "My God, Bones... What have I done?"
Bones: "What you had to do. What you always do. Turn death into a fighting chance to live."


"I am... and shall always be, you're friend." - Spock.
"buried alive.... buried alive..." - Khan
"KHAN!!! KHAAAAAAAAANNNNN!!!!!!!" - Kirk

Also, from the original series: "You're agonizer please" - evil goatee Spock.
"Aaah! Aaaaaaaa!" - pained guy
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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby CYLON (13) » Mon Oct 01, 2012 7:37 pm

Do TV show quotes count? I didn't know if I should start a new thread seeing as how they're both kinda the same thing?

I've been meaning to post this in here for a while. One of the best on-screen romances evar! It's funny, I think all of their scenes they shot together, on Lost, are epic! Viva la romance. ;)
I dare ya to watch it and not be moved, ya sparkless 'Con, you. :P :lol:

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Re: favorite movie quotes

Postby Sabrblade » Tue Oct 02, 2012 10:36 am

Seems the Hub is getting in on the fun with quoting The Dark Knight Rises movie;



That's right, they actually got (most of) the original voice actors from 20 years ago to read those lines form this commercial. 8-)

Though, due to a lack of certain TDKRises characters in the cartoon (John Blake, the orphaned kids, etc.), they used existing Batman: TAS characters in their place (i.e. - the one-episode officer Wilkes from "P.O.V." for John Blake, the three kids from "Legends of the Dark Knight" for the orphans, etc.).
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